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predation the act or practice of plundering. [2 definitions]
predator an animal that eats the flesh of others. [2 definitions]
predatory living on the flesh of other animals. [3 definitions]
predawn combined form of dawn.
predecease to die before (another person or an event).
predecessor one who holds a position, job, or the like prior to another. [3 definitions]
predefine combined form of define.
predelivery combined form of delivery.
predella the lower section of an altarpiece, esp. one that contains panels displaying smaller artworks.
predeparture combined form of departure.
predesignate to designate in advance.
predestinate to determine or destine beforehand, esp. by divine will or decree.
predestination the act of predestining, or the state of being predestined. [3 definitions]
predestine to determine the unalterable fate or future of, esp. by divine power.
predetermine to form or set (a decision, course of action, or the like) ahead of time. [3 definitions]
predevelopment combined form of development.
predicable that may be declared or asserted according to conventions of logic or sentence structure; able to be predicated. [2 definitions]
predicament a difficult or dangerous situation with no obvious or completely satisfactory solution.
predicate to declare or assert, often as a belief. [7 definitions]
predict to see or proclaim in advance (a future unplanned event); prophesy; foretell. [3 definitions]
predictable able to be predicted or anticipated. [2 definitions]